My little blog can’t be this cute!
commit: e0a0c943d267d276f0e05ba085f52a580c8800fd
parent: 639665884fc53f6805e2ee729d9fab5df4dcea21
Author: Haelwenn (lanodan) Monnier <contact@hacktivis.me>
Date:   Mon,  5 Mar 2018 19:49:09 +0100

articles/Disk identification.html: Closing p to ul


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diff --git a/articles/Disk identification.html b/articles/Disk identification.html @@ -62,6 +62,6 @@ $ blkid <li>in Plan9 there is the <code>data</code> file to have full access to the disk, I named it <code>raw</code> here as I think it’s more intiutive (and keeping the name <code>data</code> because of Plan9 is almost no use considering how dead Plan9 currently is compared to Linux|BSD|Solaris) <li>The <code>BUS ID</code> directory allows to get sane <code>DISK SLOT</code> <li>Maybe it doesn’t work for everything (please contact, fork, patch, …) but as it is about the same thing as what SunOS and Plan9 uses I think I’m safe saying : This should work and be flexible enough</li> -</p> +</ul> <p>Also anyway I think <code>findfs(8)</code> should be modified to add at least the <code>DISK ID</code> in it</p> <p>Note: Turns out Haiku uses almost exactly my idea, I think I can make mine compatible with it (because I think that can be how good standards are made)</p>